Child Health, Men’s Health


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Puberty
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Child Health Articles

New Baby Care Child Health Issues, Circumcision, Intersex, Cars, Room Light
Family health related issues with a focus on new fathers and their infants. Find information on child safety, circumcision, intersex, and the nightlight as a possible cause of eye damage in infants.

Is Child Circumcision Obsolete or the Cutting Edge of American
Ingenuity?

We examine here some of the reasons why 100 years ago the American medical establishment began to surgically alter the genitals of children. American medical professionals are increasingly reluctant to perform elective child circumcisions, as are their colleagues in all other Western countries.

Some Autism Types and Treatment Options
How to recognize when a child has social skills difficulties and what parents can do about it.

Pedophile Risk: Of Peanuts and Pedophiles
If we don’t let our kids interact with the world at all — if every stranger is considered a pedophile, we are not doing our kids any kind of service.

PCOS
Early puberty is the first sign of PCOS. One in seven women with PCOS had developed endometrial cancer by age 22.

Support for Fathers of Premature Infants
Fathers of premature infants may feel lost in the shuffle while their new babies are in the neonatal intensive care unit.

Intersex
Is the new baby a boy, or a girl? One out of
every two thousand births presents parents with a sudden gender dilemma. A tradition of secrecy means most parents are totally
unprepared.

Child Obesity: Trim Kids
Twelve-week plan to help children achieve a healthier weight.

Children and Cars
America’s most pressing child health issue.

Teens and Smoking
In the United States, more than 3 million 12- to 17-year olds smoke, despite massive advertising campaigns about the risks involved.

Tips for Teens: The Truth About Alcohol
Whatever you call it — Booze, Sauce, Brews, Brewskis, Hooch, Hard Stuff, Juice — alcohol affects the brain.

Myopia: Room Light In Early Childhood and
Nearsightedness

The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia found that children who slept with either a room light or night light on until age 2
were more likely to later develop myopia (nearsightedness).

The Libido Killers – Ritalin and ADD/ADHD
Are American boys being drugged into submissiveness for the convenience of their teachers?

Men’s Health Articles

Circumcision and AIDS: The World’s Greatest Test
Imagine testing male circumcision in a country with a population in the hundreds of millions. Manage to circumcise the majority of men. Then introduce AIDS and see how it spreads. This test has been done!

DHT and Male Pattern Baldness
The damage isn’t just cosmetic. Excess DHT is linked to other serious health issues for men.

Test: Muse alprostadil combined with Viagra sildenafel
The makers of alprostadil claim it can produce an erection within 5 to 10 minutes even without any sexual stimulation.

Slow Urination
Good urinary health is important at any age.

Thinking About a Vasectomy
Now if you can, please tell my wife where anything is said about the meaning of my life including a doctor taking a knife to my crotch.

Tamiflu, Relenza: Will They Protect Your Family from Swine Flu and Bird Flu?
Doubts arise as governments build supply of millions of doses of Tamiflu.

Male Fertility
Reanalysis of international data found a
sharp decline in sperm density.

The National Prostate Cancer Coalition
Prostate cancer is a devastating disease that will kill over 41,000 men this year. Funding for prostate cancer research pales in comparison to that for diseases with a similar mortality rate.

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